Armenian Heritage Park
Parcel 13, Rose Fitzgerald Kennedy Greenway
Recognized as one of the best-designed parks on the Greenway, Armenian Heritage Park is a gift to Boston and the Commonwealth from the Massachusetts Armenian-American community. Constructed on a half-acre parcel between Christopher Columbus Park and Faneuil Hall Marketplace, it sits at the crossroads of tourist paths and adjacent to Boston's business and North End residential communities.
As an attractive urban place, it seeks to engage. Visitors may relax on benches in the shade of trees, walk the labyrinth, take delight as children splash in the jet of water at its center or marvel at the complex geometries of the annually reconfigured split dodecahedron, resting atop a sixteen foot diameter reflecting pool.